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' ' rOB. VICK-PKE81UK5T
or i cBBiiMt. . ! ' '
" Electoral Ticket. - , .
FOB 1LXCT0U AT UUI, .
' ' Devld 8. Gooding, cf Hancock.
5 ' Bichar W. Thompton, of Vigo.
fob nm iitnou.
let Dfetrfet Jemee C Denny, of Knox.
John H. Hongblead, of Hpencer.
. M DtotrlctC'ynia T. Nuwn, of Clark.
Francia W ilaoi, , of Orcnn.
M D torrid Henry K. Prlti.hard, of fcarlholo.
Madiaon F.vanii, of Lawrence.
Ath Dletrict Leonidae rjexlon, of Bonn.
V. V. 'veer, of Franklin. ,'
th Wetrlct BenJ. F. Craepnol, of tayette.
,... Joebua H. Meilett, of Hory. t
" Ttiatrtrt -J. J. Wright, of Morgan.
J. O. Oreen.ef Hhelby.
.it ;-.". 7tb Vflatrtat Joha Oehnro, of Potnarn.
Tbomas hi. Bite, of Park,
tti Dittrlct K. P. liaviilnon, of Tlpcaee.."
' ' ! V ' Beujamin F Orrgory, of Warren.
Mk Dlttrlct Jainee B. Belfc.nl, of WHt. .
Aaron Gneruey. of Porier
10th DUtriat Tirolhy a. Dickiuaon, If Kill I,.
: Hallet Kllbonrne, of ElUbari.
- .f. 11th Dietrfct John M. WelUee, of Grant.
James M. TernplT, of Jay.
" ' ' ' " " " Tat Congrtu, Fh tt lAitHct.
:; cot. cyeus m. alle n,
. , , . i. Of Knox County.
'4 (Bteetlod, Tnawlay Orlobcr 'V:
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Union State Ticket.
' J- Klaatlon, Tnaaday 0 (0rr 11, l'a.l
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' " for damrnorl ' ' 1
! " "OIIVEE P. MOETOH,
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. f r LUmt. GoiHmer,
. COL. COSEAD BAKEIl,
. or tif(itijai.ii. - i :
, Tor BMrtlary of MaU, i ' '
uiwjx Tttcanctt, of !.,
I j, . . Jfor AvMnr of buut, i
, TU0MA8 B. MoCABTV, of Wbah.
, , . Ttr Trtawtr of btolt, .
r fn I. MOIIIUMON, of Woblufc.i'.Tt
Tor Atttrrij-tlr?rU . . :
WIL"tIAM0J,of Putnam. ft
Tvr CUrlof tktfituftiiuiCvitrt, -jj'
r;..M. LAZASIH KOl'LK, of Kj. ,
. . . 1'ar Reporter of fiuprem VtAtrl, , ' - s
0t. BISJAMIN HABRfHON, of Sffcrtu,
.. . . . Tor finprtma Judy: ,
lat Matrk'tJ A M KH . r R A 7. K K, nr K -ild
Iil.trkt JKUII T. KlXKiTT, of Itmry.
M Dl.trlrt CI1AIILK4 A. HAY. of Mhmoo.
ttk Ii.trlcl HOH'T C. 011fcO(llV,TI.l, a,.n.
Pa. &unrlnamylK . i. j" fiufrttrtftiB.
PROF. OEOUUE W. IIWSi, of parlor..
, , J"r Coaino Pleat Judy. ,,n t ,. (f j
' I For Cbawwrn Hmi ifawani. .
.BilBIKI A. BILL, of Vaaorrborgli.
m w j.- J'. JUyrttfntntiv0.
1DWABO T. flPLMYAif, of Pnaay.
COUNTY UNION TICKET
!. i!",,,B"Tuaai1y, 0) (obelllli, 1 1
W. OOOK, of Pldawn.
For Cwt of Court.
JJLYTU K UYHty, of pidt:oD.
" R0BIHT tABLkV, of PI.lt.non. S'i
" ' f ' ' ' ' Frw 7V.art.fi-r. 4
OOt. JOHN UUCINiiAMDKB, or I'. riy.
til. ' ' Ft 'nr.ln '
tlAiPIB.-TO.U ttMltbT, of PlilK'Cn.
Fr fWoar. t. '
JOHM BISCHMAN.N, of Piilgeoii.
SAkfCIL V. BOOkllM, of Huloii.
For County rV'Wt iHt',r,
I ;j ; CHAJILKS kU, m,rtnit.
Valoa . Bxconttvo romult
" mi. Jnum T T", ftrlnfipa ;
' W. P, Tanara'W, nilni:.nt.
PhtU. Jon !, prlnolpal; " f :.
i laaaxt Pirni)T, contln.rnl.
fliUta. N. B Falicm, principal;
' . JiHrnT. Kaaaca, contiu.nnt.
Kmtm. Mil ton P Oarit, prlnrlpa! ;
Jaai 8. PaiTcMnt conilnt;iiit.
' JfarKn. Brnoa. rrlncfpl
MlcaalL Btll.Lt, foutniKnl.
rHaa.-4ooni.rrT Moanan, ilurll i
, F. V. Haaaono, cvttln(ul.
Pntaa. ioaa A. Maaa, principal i
X. J. Booiaa, cuullnKiit.
Jtati Faai tT, prlnciiial ;
X. T. KiacHiTaL, cootingciit. ' . '
FaaaViWyk. Al Jo h , pilu. l al. ' .
Jaau II. WcNlSLlr, tonti.iU'I.f.
Warrcl. Jon B. Handy, prlncli.nl ; : .
. J. B. UuoarTi,rttt'tMit. '
i . :m fn SATUbDAT BV ICN I Mit LAST, BKTMKKX
oal Mlnaa aad Pmiaaioia atravt. a Icaiuor
Fookat Bok abou! riuhl lnchta lonir aiid boir
wla., harln(c In It or $'2 In Kraonbiw-ks, anil a
' - Slwbarc from tha 4th Ob to cavalry ; al, a torn.
aalaaloaaa Oaolain.ln lha loruia. aiui ma, ot'irr
aaoara Mv naflna la on all lb utiuor. . M
' I wl'l payanrona Sin who will rrturn tku
Foakat Book and con Ua la to ihta oltira.
cti . . .. , PSTkR HIIREIKKU.
FOCKIT BOOK CONTAIMSrt A PliAtl,
ii. of mOBy, whl. h tb owm-rrmi h.vabj
at. w i w, - h!alKMAh'!l, -
No. K Watar nrrd.
FOB RERT TO TUB HKiHEST BiHDKB,
two htoraa on Main atnwt, for one yiar w ith
tho prl.ll.ga from two to four ye ra, to napoti.
athWaartlMoaly. j ;,-. , .i
Tha bnlldloia era how In Voim-o f conntrnc
Uon, aad will ba arrani.d to anil tba Mtianta.
For partlcolan apply to
" " " MUBSlNNA A BOTD,
04,1 Cbaudl--.. BI ok.
Stewart Cooking Stove vfor Sale.
CTTOFFBB FOB 8ALB A, UKWAI. AKilBST
!, .. X alaa Stewart Oookinc ton. wftltnrl tbr Sttuna
i- " ooaopUta, Itouah-aaa at bit rMdcfoo oo I.o-
5 'eaet atraat. Mat aayani. xPrt.e,i.i
V oava-lw , --r W bT rBltW.
IHOtSB AKT 10T ON FDLTot AVKNIIB,
ear Watoo atiaat, Lamaaro, Tha hotwa con
alaa ill room a, a kitchen, and good cvllar, with
-r r, j aaoowt-eowaaa - - - -, v , - , , , .,
' u w -1 hoaaa, containing font reone n a kitchen,
l .-Oo Aot atraat. Laaiaaoo; I- , . .
1 doable frame . bonaa, containing thirloro
,,. eeoaM,oa Walaat atrart, aear I bird. ,
a u. eeacre tract, of lai d, nrar lhacltr Ktsltaj
, ; ..." ', )Uo,turof E, .. . . BUtijLFU Ktdli.
. - B'al Kaiate. AKnt.
1. . CSkM la Dall'a BUicaeeoalM the Ciweur Oily
Baak..,, -j-., i,., , . .. ..aeplb-lm
Chtrrph Prnnnrtw for Sal
l "Zl!Vt TBtSTtli OF Tnis iocrsT STRKP.T
A MMtaodnt Charrh offtT for alp tbeir-old
. Jl v.i ;",rd.bargia.
, .. Bnonireot ' iSA. 10It.tn ART! ? r'-'
..... a... "-.. ;.. J ; s . Ta.U atn-et.
"" ViX UCB FOB, MALI. The aplen
,. l A 1eaaBaroutt,t,ol Uihtrli. P. Cee
, ) " L7.' 1 in tba iianMibii .iclaliy
- .t , oAprtvaJaaaie. Tbaaruur,,!.
a-eraoae eeeiroae ol
purebanlog oaeof th. hand-
t .,.. -! - J.S4.J. CJUfcHUtU, tao,, Ktaoar lie.
. . stV , . it U i S l . . a I - . .
tS-UV wheaUtga fcr one jara. aolatt
' tote for a drafted aiaa. Kaquire at lb. .tor. of
Joha B, Bopkiae before the l.kh luat m lot
iTTlKIBS AND LA BOB I K4 WANTED AT
XV I lha Bodlaaa Minaa. A pply at Ike M 1 1.. or
Ah Oaal OaVse oa Water etrvat.
MDltS. WANTED TO FVBCIUSF. -A
renale ef moire, not over twelve huuii. bich.
aad set ke ibaa aiz yaara old. Apply at th.
vatce oa Water ttreet. oca-dwlw
A MAM AND A FEMALE TEACHER TO
i. eAalaargeof the Free School la tho town of
vwone,io t acball tbe htancbea rrqulred by
the iehool law, for the term of aix aioiiiba. A
oe4 talary will be floes. Nona but good ta-h.
ere, well reoomaieaaad, need apply. Application
ta be aaie baaMdlataly to
- P Golconda, 111. n
AXA.WiJa A CAPITAL OF NOT I.FS?
than 3.Wrt.to go lo pert, enhip iu a Woo Ira
. Faatory. Enquire at thia oaice. aep0-2
AUt ItltllM, H'UI UJAJ'JCrKST
to take eharge of a 8 leel Femal. hool, avt
- axceadlac twoair a apila. at iol,Bi , Apply
a , .. , j, . , WK,LEY 6L.AH. or
I -;f ... : JOaHOILJlElvT.
'"".-'' ' : a .-n. ttoloand, IUa--
Prof. Madison Evans,
C'..r.t;ijul KVtelor for tha 8 tat a a Urge, will ad
Arem hU Wlow-cltlieoa ai tba lollowiug plac
and linjrar" -r. t
anoovilUi, V.arrick Co.,TtMday, Oct. 4th, at
T yloTIlle, Warrick Co., WadneatUy, Oct. Stb,
tl 1 . .
Kswbargh, Warrick Co., Tboraday, Oct. Stb, at
Eraim!!!, Taoderbargh Co Thnraday, Oct.
6tb, at 7 r. m.
SuUiyan, BnllWan Co., Friday, Oct. 7, at 1
- F.W. BOQENof Few York, . :
Will addrraa I ha p3pl In the Carmaa UDguage
Parkw a satltamaot, Powy Co., Tly. c
4th, ulr.t.. ' ,
BUtrarille, Poaaf Co, Toatday, Oot. 4tb, at 7
M . Veroon, Poaay Co., Wadoaaday, Oct. 6tb, at
Blik Hawk KIlln, Poaay Co., Thnraday, Oct.
;h, at 1 r. u. .
Mrin Wiolr'a, T.ma. TaDdarbnrgh county,
Warrwtaii. 'ill Co., frilaf , Oct, 7tb, at 1
''ii 1 Wljoafif,' Kaii!l, Friday, Octotait 3
''JroJ'Boada.Wijnor Towoeblp, E.box Coanty,
Sa rday, tjotobar ptn, t? r.ji.. i i
Will tba fulou aiau la tba Tarloaa localitle
ploaca muka all tha nwwary arrfnwnt ?
The County TJnioa Canditlatet
Will mit tbir lallowcitiwna aa followi: .
Vh LonK'a obt placo, Germaa towaahlp, Taaa
dar, Oct. 4th, at 7 r. m.
Ivr-tjt' Fehool llnuak,taaa tontk!p,Tbur.
de, ll. Mh,l7 r. M, ' i '
l)t,f,.u, Furry towaahlp, Friday, Oot. 7th,
at 7 r m
r.rnill, TUoaday, Oct. lth, t T F. m.
Tha Opijinltina cadidatea aro lorlted and ra-jnfti-d
to fce printout, aaplO-dAwtd
J - 4 " - ' " i 11 1 ' ' . -
Col. Cyrus K. Allen and Hon. Wm.
j?& ' v -r ; E. Niblack, '
C-Jlil .tn f-r Cacigraaa In thta Dlatrlet, will ad.
dr.' tha propla of gpenoar at tha followiag placa
an4 tiu ,twil: :i i - r.i'll ..
nMttil'i. Oct. 4tb, at J r. . .. f.t "
r K.titrjt. 4ib, 7 r, : " , .,
li.i to.yt. 6b, at lr it., . ,
: a .m. la, tx t. 6tb, at 1 1. w. -lilir-abath,
Oct. tin, at 1 r. M,. f , n '
l.i,trTill, r th, atTr.w." ' "
- ttrrlli.ti. 7th. atlr.a. r-r
- nrfki.Oct.Oib.at 1 t at. '
Bo kirt, Oct. ath, at 7 f. U.J);
A,H artl"a ara loritad to attaod, Six-aklog wil
eimumtx-w prrctaaly at tha boar namad. - , '.
Ssnr3tMAwtd " 1
r . . ia . , ? i
f? Hoa. Albert lauge,
Ponnerly Andltorof titatr.WIUaddrauihIa fcllow-
tllli-rn lo tha (firman li-oguan. at
j laJi.inaio la, Thnraday, Oct. (Mb. at 7 t. at.
Knw Albany, Priday, tirt 7th, at 7 9 a!. , , .
JCtranntilln, Saturday, Oct. Sth, at 7 T. . i
ate Niblack's Position on the War
Qucntlon. v if
M ft I ana leatrd to Ooagnii. I will
newee yau to DRAFT aaijr aaaia laito
tho acrvleo and IF I war a year Bti.
vvaoattotlvo nww.fwaailtl wot to ra
ical Hit praacnt law atborlala)(
draft. . ' , . ' '
I will not, If elaeted vaatr Rapre
Matati rt, tall aay man nor
utoniy, vatlar .any, laaniatameaa,
fur the farther praaaeallsat of tba
Wat audrr tba Bttllev npoa which I
la caadutiMl, ..
"I am totally oppoaed t tba am
plnyiuaait of a.rM bi aoldlara, r
to tho Inlrrferanco by tba Cartra.
mcnt with Ikana, In aaty way or
. Will ponitiyely speak at Evanaville on
M'cdnpsday Evenlnf, Oct. fiia.
AtPrinoxton, Thursday, p. n..
t Al Vineennea on Friday p. m.
TO CORR t SPON DENTS
.1L letters containing money or rela
ting to the business department of this
office should be addressed: "EVANS
VILLR JOURNAL COMPANY, E-anr
villo, Indiana.' '
AU eonimanications far the Journal
and miiicellaneous eitrrsspondence
should b directod to "E0ITOE3 JOUR
NAL, KvansTiUo, Ind."
- We hope onr correspondents will
makft tb 1b diotioctiOn in addressing us
lcttcrsv It will prevent. mistakes and
delay In- forwarding papers in response
tit subscriptions sent ns by mail
tiorman MfetlngA. 5
. We ara req'iastad to announce that
tVere will be a German meeting on
Thursday evening, October 6th, at 7
clock, at Martin Stoli's, on Left street,
Lam&sco - "
A'ao. there .will be a German mass
cutiiig on Friday evening, Oct. 7th, at
7 o'clock, at the VaLk
, Speecben will , be made by Messrs.
Bischof, Bogsri, and others.
Turn oal, Germs fellow-citizens, and
hear the truth in the language of father
IanJl ' - - It. J . . i
There will be music also. . , .
,Uct.'3-wiwtd C -
rWe would say tof ourriends iatbe
onntry that the joortial cmce is pre
pared.to furnibh any amount oi tickets on
the shortest 'notice, and on reasonable
terms. Send in your orders. Doa't
postpone the4 matter until it is too late
, BSSWe will publish to-morrow an in
teresting review of the operations of the
.IModian. Cavalry darisg its three
years term of service. The article ia
from the pen of ue,of the most distin
K'l'shed writers in Southern Indiana, or,
we might more appropriately "say, of the
UbuiI plates, ..Person. desiring extra
copies will please hand in their orders
ISu?, The.. County candidates go to
Nic L'ong' s," German township, to-night.
-. , . ; ; ' . a . f ..
E5 There was a pole raising at
George Darfim'sj-Gertnart township, yes-
trday afternoon. A goodly number of
tleriftftiia aMemajed "to hear speeches
from Messrs. Bogeu t,od Tombemelt.
Those gentlemen addressed their fellow.
countrymen: ia their native language.
wubt a decidedly good effect, j 3
n Q? .Remember the speech 'of Gover
nor .Morton at the Wigwam on Wednes
day evening. He will make a speech
,UIK eTwr ter orjght to hear.;
t3- See first page for interesting tes.
uiuuuy on tne AJodd trial.
See Fourth tf 4V v:vi:'. "..
r..a u.6uiy luieregung
J 3 ; " a ' ' ' ' - '
iRia. iiTi.ii. TW. i.-tr .
private business over the telegraph lines
of the tutted States have been ic
creased about thirty-hree per cent. Th
new arrangement took effeot October
A - v
1st. im. ".vrx vz ..r , e ,
, We have had reneated instances, on ;
the part of the rebels, during the present ! cf Kentucky were Bramlette and Wick
war, of ferocity and fiendisbness only j liffa.' The LouUviUeowrnaleripported
rivaled hy Nena Sahib' cat-throats on j Bramlette, and was unsparing ..iaUits de
the plains of India. .The treatment of i nunciaUonand abuse otMrWickliffe.
nr nrianner at Indersonville" and ' Orle of iu editorials contained the Tal-
Ricbmond: the marder in cold blood of
prisoners captured at Fort Pillow, and
the sacking of Lawrence and massacre
of iu citizens, are deeds to excite the
admiration of Indian savages, while they
fill the heart of humanity with loathing
and horror.' But these atroeities did not
quite 6J1 to the overflow the cup of in
iquity the rebel authorities are prepr: ,
ing for themselresv and we have yet an-:
other manifestation of their brutality in
tbe affair at Centralia, Missouri. The '
train ort the North Missouri road wag
waylaid and captured by guerrillas. On
the train were thirty-fonr soldiers, moat
ofhera discharged veterans returning
home from Atlanta. These were taken
ont of the cars and murdered in cold
blood, and their bodies horribly mu
tilated. Tbe express agent at Centralra
was also mnrdered, and three citizens on
tbe train irere woncded and left to burn
up with the cars which were set on fire.
Where can a historic parallel for sQch
fiendish nee be found in ell the annals
of civilization? And yet tbe "white
rag, politicians" of our own State
would co-operate with such miscreants
and invite them to wage a similar war
in our own community. Tbe testimony
before the Dodd court martial proves tbe
correctness of our assertion. "The Presi
dent of the McClellar. Clnb of this city
himself, according to testimony, volun
teers to put Government detectives " out
of the way," and otherwise co-operaus
in the schemes to foment insurrection
and inaugurate bloodshed in our midst
The testimony shows that the leaders of
the treasonable order in this State are
acting in unison with' tbe members of
tbe 'same order in MiMOuri and Ken
tucky, who, there is'every reason to bt
lieve are. the , identical scoundrels
engaged in 'waylaying', and murder
ing our brave boys on their way home
after a three years' arduous and faithful
service in the army. Can our people
think of these things without shuddering
with horror? .Is not a ,olitical club
fairly represented by tbe individual ae
lected as ita President? If it was a
' patriotic organization, would it not select
a patriot to preside over ita delibera
tions? ; If it hated rebellion and rebels,
would it place rebel sympathizers at its
head?' ' '-'"
These, are pertinent questions and
may be answered in tbe light of tbe tes-
mony now being elicited before the
Dodd court martial. .
Cfm from the Times.
VoU the County Ticket The Denv
cket of V a
landerburgb county is
very way worthy of tbe support
of tba Democratic and conservative citi-
tens. It was nominated at tbe largest
assemblage of tbe people of this county
ever convened at such Conventions, and
it was nominated unannmutly. Hie
gentlemen composing it arc all compe
tent, capable, honest, and taitblui to tne
Constitution of the United states. o
person can doubt their possession of
Everybody in Vanderburgh county
nows that the ticket was nominated at
secret meeting of the Mct'lellan Club,
K. G. C's, Sons of Liberty, or whatever
name the association that meets at
Crescent City Hall is known by. It wss
never nominated by a Convention of tbe
people. The people had nothing to do
with it at the stirt and they will have
nothing to do with it at the outcome.
The ticket, ai nominated by the SIcClel
lan Club, Whs read to ,a crowd that was
called together to hear Hendricks and
Powell speak ,'many weeks afterward,
as the' Democratic ticket which they
were expected to support., t There was
bo chance to vote against any one on
the ticket withoat voting against all of
them. When the Times calls that Rat
ification Meetioz a "Convention to
nominate a coanty! ticket, it wilfully
tales a falsehood, i 1
Immente Meeting of th Peiyple of
t.tanmll4 on Saturday Acemny
(treat Speech of - Gt. Harlan Intense
Kutnunarm. 1 skid?; into considera
tion tbe condition of tbe weather: and
tbe state of tbe street, the largest meet
ing ever assembled in .bvansvtiie, coo
vened at the Washington Mouse corner
last Saturday evening, to hear f u neral
John M. iiarlan, of Kentucky, bucb
scene aever-was presented before the
history of" political meeting! " Despite
the rain which poured dowa in torrents
during the day despite the dar-ipness
of tbe evening and : the drizzling rain
which fell almost during tbe whole of
the speaking despite tbe muddy con
dition of the streets, a crowd gathered
at tbe Washington Houe corner on
Saturday evening that would have filled
the Republican Government Wigwam to
it utmost capacity I and then left half
.Ourpeople, or maoT'of them, had a
chance to witness the crowd that was at
the McClellan meeting. It is useless
for ns to correct the falsehood of the
Times. We will only say that the other
statements of . the Time as to McClel
lan's popularity and, the many army offi
cert who are claimed to be supporting
hisf , iave as little foundation if fact as
the" above" statement of the size of the
crowd at the Washington House eorn
on Saturday, evening. Tbe whole
crowd could easily 'have been seated in
one corner of the Wigwam. s
gir" Remember; the Union League
meeting this (Tuesday) evening, aad av
tend it, if a member. Important busi
ness will be transacted.
PosiTt velt the j Last The sale "of
pictures, 4c, this -day will be the last
auction sale that will be offered in this
city this season, and will continue all
day and until 10 o'clock to-night No
one should lose this opportunity to buy.
1 Jbay The Glee Clnb will sing on the
occasion of Governor Morton' speech at
the Wigwam, a new song dedicated to
the Governor. Also an original 1 song
written for the occasion, by a member
of the Club. The boys are rehearsing,
and will he prepared to delight the au
dience. Go to the Wigwam oa Wednes
day bight, Il -. - '
, la 1S63 the candidates for Governoi I
lwirti. viMrms rRTirra.nke-- f
" We advise every man who deprecates
the "thought of throwing Kentucky into
. i . l : L ' t H r . t i .Ti
to beware of voting-for the ticket thAtl
all the rebels and rebel sympathizers ia
the State are laboring witlt tbtslr whole
strengt h to deck ' V'uat are those rebels
doing who got up- tbe CeaTection at
HossellvtUe to fotm a provisional rebel
Government and appoint a provisional
rebel "jovernor ct Keatncicy 11 hey are f
orkisg lor tqe YV ickiiiie and liarnty
ticket. ': What are thews rebels doing
who voted for lelep;atea to the rebel Con
press at RiclraooJ, and who,, to this
day, hold that Kentucky i a part of the
Southern Confederacy? ( Working 'for
the W ickhtJe and ilarney ticket! What
are those rebels doing who encourage1
desertions from our armies, harbor de
serters, aod ail vise forcible resistance la
tbe draft aod the eollection of taxes?
Working for the Wiekliffe and Ilarney
ticket! What are all those rebels doing
who curse- the United States I inner,
flaunt the rebel flag wherever they dare,
act as spies for John Morgan and Hum
phrey Marshall, and volunteer .as guides
for rebel guerrilla parties in the preda
tory excursions? Workine for the Wick
litf e and Ilarney ticket!:- What are tboea
rebel doing, who, in the. southern part
of the State, in tbe early -stages of the
rebellion, organized committees of vlgi
lance to drive mea into banishment for
the crime-of supporting .the1 Ifnloal
Working- for ihe .WickiUfe and Harney
ticket! 1-.-. . --- ..-- . ,. .,
Why are all these rebels working for
the Wickriffe and Harney ticket? .Why,
but bfcne they know il to be a rebel
ticket? Why, bat" beearKft Ihey know
that its election would do hiore tbaO any
thing else to advance te Pebel cauitf
Iet every man who is not a heart a reteik
Hv from snch ; revolunir -cornpattiousiup
as he would flv from the eternal deviL '
To-day, Xlr. Wickliffr; stands precisely
where he did ia 1SG5. Hi; principles
are the same, his friends ara ibe.sarae.
n is no more opposftdtd the Adminis
tration aud svmpatblzes no more1 with
the rebels tban he did during, the cam-
po.ii' n in which hi was so fiercely de.
Boonced by the- Ix..uiville Journal, and
bjr its echo, Cot John M.' Harlan. Ye't,'
strange, sight, we hei to day, Charles
WickliiTe, tbe Louiaviila Journal, and
John M. Harlan standing opoa the same
platform, lovingly embracing each other,
and huzz&iug fyr McClolIan and Pen
dleton. , .What , incoii.istciicr J How
shameless! - . .'. t T ..t
we corninenu tne mierrogatones in
the above extract from the Louisville
Journal and their answers, to our reed
To make them applicable now, tbe
only change in the language necessary is
to substitute for 'Wiekliffe and Harney
ticket," tbe ".WicklifTe, Prentice 4 liar,
lan ticket." 'They will tthen give the
position assumed by tbe Loiisvil! Jour-
nal and Col. John M. Harlan exactly.
ioTEtberidee says that the loyalty of
the Lincoln man is not that which faces
death on the battle field. Four fifths of
our gallant soldier will give the lie to
that assertion at the batlot box, fray
how often ha titberiilze faced death on
tbe battle field hiinselt? Xaih, Timet.
tkay Tbn tiBrrio of tbe Democratic
Elector in the Firnt District Is T. A.
Duke, an! not B. F. Duke, a first pub
lished. Our cotemporarieii will plane
notice this. Lot. 1emocrat.
Perhaps il is Basil Duke. ;
i JtiiJr General Hooker is making
speeches for Lincoln ; astying fooliah
things, as usual, with him. Louisville
Certainly! When, however, he wat
reported lo be making hpeeehtt for Mc
Clellan, we heard none of the Copper
heads stigmatising his speeches as fool
ish.' "Circumstances evidently alter
cases," with the Democrat. ' . . ,.
Mr. Brrtt, Whrre has tbe Money
Tbe Aminadab Sleek of the Copper
head State ticket. Treasurer Brett, es
sayed another deliverance to d crowd of
Horace. MrTreift dog fennel militia,. at
Salem, a few days ago. He tried to be
vtr gevere on (levtraof &tjoa for pro
viding food for the children in tbe Asy
lum for tha Blind, after the Treaeary
doors had been closed against tbem by
himhelf: but he found it inconvenient to
explain" the proceeding by which John
C Walker got fifty thousand dollars out
of, the . Stat Treituryiwith which, to"
speculate in New VoJk. . ;
Neither did Mr.Urett give any inform
ation as to the present whereabout of
the large mm of mooey.tb! h placed
in Walker's hand. Modesty would be
very becoming ia tbe Treasurer of tftete
until be answers satisfactorily the fiue-
lion we rnrOpri,dd to bira a few days
since: Where bas tbe money gene" J
Indianapolis Journal. .r i
- .I,., - , mil, , , ttT ,
ABCHeifltioF Prenyl r. Wecopy tbe
following from tha CatkoUe Telegraph
of this week:: 1 1 !a -i-t ,-j
"A correspondent of the New York
Commercial, from this citv, say, thai tba
Archbishop of Cincinnati, among other
whom be mentions, wo Id support Gen..
McClellan. If an -eealtrtiAatic tay,a
word in public to indicate his political
sentiments, he Is' abased and insulted a
if he bad no rights of citizenship and.
no mind of hi -in; and yet hi name
it dragged before tne public by scribbler
whenever it tuit their purpose. We are
authorized to say that Archbishop Par
cell never said he would vote for Gen'
McClellan." , ' v
.UmSf. ' i ; ...
Ha?- We uadwrotaad: lhat Mr. . Brett,
the "Sons of Liberty" -candidate foe
Treasurer of State, is still perambula
ting Indiana, speaking Mr McDonald'
piece, and asking honest , Democrats to
vote for the conspiritors associated with
him cpoa.ths Democratic State ticket.
It rf no vise; Matthew, the fate of .your
ticket, together with the rest of the Sue.-,
day School Evangelists,' la sealed. Tbe
loyal men of Indiana will bury yoa so
deep on the 14th day ot October that you
; will nver : he beard of more;- except as
hayinfj' been. ert;ged ; m art attempt to
detroj the republic. -e-Ind. Journal.
, . 1 o
A Tbaitor Caxmdate. E.C.ILb
ben, tbe Democratic candidate for Clerk
of tbe Supreme Court, in av letter to D.
W. Voorhees, declares tbat Lincoln
bayonets are shouldered for cold-blooded
murder." Ind. Journal. '." ., t f
leg"" A vote was taken on the excur
sion train which brought the,crowd down j
on. ,.Satarday,eveBiB--"eia Bishop
Simpson' -, oration, - which. . etoodr -for
Lincoln, 127; for MeC4eUa4l.- J '
We will try and furnuhoof Vead -
ers with a sketch of the Roclrport meet
ing on Saturday last, to-morrow.
T ffie JFoters ef Poser n Yaaer-i
buFgfc Cantles., -
Having been' solicited by numerous
friends of both -pirties, and of both of
iha -above coon ties, ' o "row - for 3 rtt-4-
Representative in the General Assembly
for I Posey ajpd Vanderburgh -, coontiei
(James 1 F. -Welborrrp Esq', the Union
nominee for said position, having de
clined), I , submit i ray name to jou for
office 4-J,-bl na.mj
self s a candidate, aad solicit your suf
frages. ' - ; t jJJ..;
If elected to the Legislature I will do
all in .my power to faithfully represent
the people of the two eoantie in that
body, to", transact their business with fi-
' delity.'and to exercise, in their behalf, that
influence to which such a large constitu
ency is entitled. I will "also stand by
and snstain the National and State Ex
ecutives ia their efforts to protect the
honor " of the Nation "and , State, and
especially to uphold our armies in sup
pressing the rebellion." -
The platform adopted by the great
Union party of the United States at the
Baltimore Conveofiou it my platform.
and'tha candidates'' representing tbe
principle therein contained are my
canidstes and j believing lthat a rigid
adherence . to these , principle it tbe
shortest road to peace, and ia calculated
to make us more powerful, "more nnited,
and more free thaa ever, . , , ,
. i remain, yours, respectfully,
, .1 EsWABD T. StTLLIVAlt
ttr3yThe following ' cardj announcing
the withdrawal of ilr. Welbora, should
have been published -sooner, but the
pitper containing it was mislaid. It ex
plains itself: i ct; - : t--A
Card to tbe Votera of Poaey and
- At a convention of the Union rarty,
held in said counties, I - was chosen as
the Union' candidate for . Joint Repre
sentative for the two counties! Tbe po
sition on the ticket was by me unsought,
and almost entirely unexpected ; yel I
cannot but feel grateful, at veil as under
obligr.ttous to . my friends in honoring
me so highly, .and my only , regrets are.
that my private affairs will .not permit
me to allow my tnends to longer use my
name ia tbat conueetioo. '
. - - Jaa F. XfBLBQBK....
MuVernon, Sept. liii, '6t.
: . ' a
English Admiration for Farraguf.
-TbLondrm"edrrespondef.t of the
Xtw York II trail writes as follower-
Atiuiiral rarrneuls perlormance in
toiof bitnaulf ' Into the maintop and
dashing right by the forts, giving tbem
broadside; after broadside, ' eXcitrs in
tense . edrairati on. An lnglisn army
omcer remarked to me that it called up
tha days oi the heroes an i demigods of
ancient ureece. -No such nautica
exploit," said he, " has been teen in our
dev. Kelson was shot by a man in the
roundtop of tbe enemy's ship, while Far-
ragut put bimeelf ta tne roundtop to be
aloe at. So long as yoa have tuch stuff
among yoa we shall sever fe aehamed.
A Fart whlcb tbe IrClelUa Journals
JJo aot Kf member."
Tie McCIellaa journals make a great
ado bout tbe enormous losses of (fen
eral Mrant during the present campaign
Tbe Nationat Intelligencer state them
at 63,2)0. But 'the official reorts of
(Jenerel McClellan and others show that
be lost in tbe Peninsular campaign 70,
835 men, 2,C.V more than GrauL TL
argotnent, then, that Grant ought to
have taken tbe Peninsular route, does
not tppfar justified cy theacts.
Bui, more than this, whereas McClel
lan loHt more than 7'J,0Xl men, and af
ter all loft hi, campaign, And allowed
the enemy to gain such advantages over
bim Bs gave the rebel troop a moral si
periority for the time over ours, Grant,
with smaller losses, has inflicted upon
Lte act only a greater loss in men and
material, but has proved the superiority
of oar troops over tbe best army of the
enemy, and bas thus acquired toe moral
aecendenpy over his antBoaists. N. Y.
Ere: Post. ' 1
' ' AW2T Tbe Soldiers' Barbecue and Wel
come Home is to take place next Satur
day at Garrick't Grove, on tbe Railroad,
a Tew mile north of the city. ' Let all
prepare to go and enjoy a pleasant ride
into the country, and have the gratifica
tion of doing honor to our gallant sol
diery. ; t A.Ai.''l X '
Ewlng' Command Its Fate Inset
v v. -. i tied.. - ' .-
We deeply regret our inability to re
lieve the profound olicitade of tbe com
munity for tbe fate of tbe gallant Ewing
and. bi brave band. . Tbe only intelli
gence of them received yesterday was
bot a gleam, doubtful and painful. A
negro arrived i the eity wbd reports
that he was at ' Harrison's Station last
Friday and was holding tbe horse of
some officers, when they and their eom-ma-nd
were furiously attacked, aad he
therefore fled. ,. ,: 't ' "
"Tbat the negro it veracious, and that
the officers were of Ewing' command,
are uncertain, but till contrdicted it
may be credited that Ewing and hi men
remained behind th "breastworks at Har
rison till Friday forenoon, and were then
again attacked. It is known tbat am
munition and provisions, en route for
Rolla, were on the train of ear which
80 opportunely tell into General Ewing'
hands immediately after his arrival at
Harrison'. The godsend may prove
tbfe salvation of tbe force. '
" It is reported tbafc the rebels attacked
Ewing in two columns one cutting "the
road west, and the other the Toad east of
him. This wonld ' render an abandon
"merit of his 1 position very dangerous.
Their long trials and sufferings most at
last exhaast even tbe heroes of Pilot
Knob. St. Lov. Democrat, 3d ;
V The Atlantle Monthlj.
. The October namber of the Atlantic
Monthly has the following tab' of cen
tenta:," ,4 . - y. .. . t
A.Night oa the Water, by Colonel
Thoraas W. Higginsoo; On a Late Ven
due, Tbe Ride to Camp, by Geo. H. Bo
ker, Th Tree Story, of. Luigi, by Har
riet E. Preacott; .Communication, by D,
A. Wassoo; House and Horn . Papers,
IX, by Harriet Btecher Stowe; Service,
by 3. T. Trowbridge ; Madame liecamier
Her Lovers and her Friends ; The Well
fleet Or sterm an, y Henry D. Thorean;
Charles Lamb UncfelLected Writieg,
Third Paper; Work and Days, by T. W.
Parsoaa; Paul Jones and Dennis Duval,
by Felix Carter; Tbe , Future Snmmer;
Democracy and . the Secession War ;
Reviews and Literary Notices. ' '
With th present issue tbe publishers
begin a new scale of prices, the great
advance in paper and labor having com
pelled them to do so. The rate of single
subscription will be $4 per annum. A
similar increase ha been adopted in the
cae of all the other leading magazines.
The next number of the Allan tic will
oontaia tha firt ceries of paper by Col-
J Enioo, describiar - the trial
aad adveatarea of his colored regiment,
tba Firtt Sooth Carolina.;. ;i -;- :z- , '
trreceedings Indiana Conference.
FIFTH PAT. I
J Pbixcetox, Oct 3d, 1S64. !
- Coaference opened with religions ex-1
Preacher' Aid Society reported, re- '
commending a division of capital stock, j
Adopted, with some changes. '
A resolution was passed to ask the
book agents to be punctual in correcting
accounts of the brethren.
The Bishop presented the report of
tbe ordinatica of elders aod deacons of
By the psge of a resolution, an
other article, providing for an investi
gating commutee,.was incorporated in
the Articles of Incorporation, and tbe
committee ordered to give bonds for the
faithful performance of their duties.
A session w ordered for the after
noon; to take into consideration the pro
prty of forming the Conference into a
Preachers' Aid Society.
lha report was presented Xrom the
Committee on the Sanctity of the Sab
A vote of thanks to the various rail
roads was passed. '
Ihe report of the Committee on Tem
perance was received and adopted.
Complimentary resolutions to Rev.
Dr. Reid, of the Wet Urn Christian Ait
rocate also report of Committee of
Freedmen' Aid Society were received
Copy of Conference resolution ca the
division of the Preachers Aid Society's
capital stock was ordered to be given by
the secretary to the Commissioners ot
the North Western Indiana, and Indiana
Ths Stewards presented the report of
Ihe division of funds of Preacher s Aid
Society arid the Fifth Collection, and the
money was distributed to the various
Tbe committee on Men:oirs presented
memoirs of the wives of brothers J. U.
Ketcbam and J. II. Xoble.
Committees appointed last year pre
sented reports tbat monuments had been
placed over tbe graves of brothers Alli
son and Carter.
Reporta of Committee on Sunday
School Union Finaaoe, and on the San
day School Cause, were presented and
. - A resolution passed to order the Pre
siding Elders in each District to lay be
fore the Conference, annually, a state
ment of the financial condition of tbe
widows and orphan of our decetsed
preachers, who are claimants upon our
Conference, that it may be data for tbe
Stewards to act apon.
- Resolutions in favor of placing in our
families and Sunday Schools tbe cate
chism of oar Church were passed, and
at tbe next Conference the roll i to
bw..x.Iled and tbe preachers are to give
a statement of tbe extent to which tbe
children have been catechised.
Quite a number of the ministers of
our Conference are drafted, among
whom is your correspondent. Many of
tbem are going aod tome have already
ALKD IIAV IN ttlAaTITIES To hilT
purcbeeera. IiOChEK Dl soUI HET,
wt-tf No. IK Water ilmt.
No. 64 West Second Street, .
, CIMCISJf ATI, O.
Rare for Bale a larra aneortaient ef
STAPLE A.VD FANCY GE0CEB1ES,
Suitable City, Country, end
P rolta. El aeon, tl unpowder,
O yatera, ft toe, 11 oe,
n ardleae, t II., It ilitin,
T ebecco, T eaa, C irara,
K taeneea, II eney, K nTi.loiiv
Haiaiaa, K xtrwta, II oil Itrlin.teue
H to Coffee, I nrlln.
b agar, K p. ball..
a tar Uandlra,
C andj, A Irooada, S pUa, II errlngi.
Coll ot No. 6 A eat Street,
aagt dtf CINCTNN ATI, O.
Grand CotiUion Party. -
AOEAltb COTILLION PARTT WILL BB
given at Maaonie Hail on Inaaday eveninr.
Ortober 4th. The public are reapactlally lovltrd
toatucd. Admiaaioa Jl .'. octf
Crescent City Nnrterfei.
TBI rNDERSlOMEO WOILD BEi PECT
fully call tbe atteBtloo of the pnbllc to hia
leraeeUKk of aaaorted Frott Traee. Ba baa now t o
baud a eery Urge aMurtMl etock of Cboioa Apple,
Cherry, and Pear Trrea ; alao. a cboire aaaortrnaot
of P.acb and Boee Treea, aad a apleodid etock of
all aorta of Amgreeae.
T wleh to celt theeeciel atualloa of our cltl
eeae to enratix-k of Ornamental fhada Trera, lor
aide walk plasties. I can farelah Treee. orplant
thee. aaaealr.d. The Treee raiwd le lha Murariy
are far better adapted to ataad Ihe hum tn.r eeeeoa
thaa tboaa tak.a froai lha awaaipe or wooda.
Many paraona, who bare Irud beta, will aortala
Ordera by letter will he promptly attended to.
Addreaa , OAOKOA b. BOWKN,
Ar t t Cr-a-erit C!ly ll1t..r,.i
' WM. TAYLOR A CO.,
House. Sign, and Steamboat
YJ AtSO DO PAPEEIVO, OLAZIKO. FA
II per Hanelne, Marlnling and Graining.
tree pat a lee i a either Eogliah.Osraiaaor Frenrh.
All oar work dooe with eeatnaee aae Oeepatrh.
Bh.-rp oppeeilo to Erata A H.llaa' Fonodrf, :
.t.WL r. w. MCMraBET.
COX ft HUMPHREY,
And SrXOAL BAILED AD AGEST8,
W Will make liberal caah advaneaa oa ea.
atgaraoota of Prodoee aad Tebaeee to New Fork,
EROTJGHTOJJ & WOOD,
Crescent City Drug Store,
Cor. Third and Main 8t
Dealere la Foretga aad Anarioel JVrr.gm, aad
CweaatcalB, FalBU, OIU, Tarahibee, Wladow
6baaa, P.rfnaaary, Faoey aad Toilet ArtlcIfO.
' Cual Oil aad Beazine by tbe galtoa or barrel.
. ... .- i . - -
Coooaa'tated preparatfsae aad eeaeottal ttae
tares oo Vnd aod awn a I act Bred to order.
p joxetic Dyea, ITbeleaale aai BetaO.
Fateat Medidnee of all kfada.
Kdeetic Beawdtae aad a fan enpplj of Madlcl
al Boota aed Uarba. , . t
rpHE rE?tTLXXAS THAT BOBBOWXD A
X pair of Bead Shear from osr atora a atoath
or asore ago will pleaae reeara the aaaie, a
wo are ia greet weed of theat.
iHoa. acABTLia a soir,
4 BapSe-at . . j . , jaB aWraaA.
LETTERS BEMAIKIsa rSCLAIMETt in
the Post-Offlf at KTatiiville. fitala of In.lf.n.
iH day of October, 1S I.
er Ta obtain any of tr.ee kttera. the appll
rewe must call for m.i, ,.r... iMIrr," give the
,U of thU Int. and par one cent for adrrrli.inK
" If not caUrd for within oa mvmtk, they will
be ant to the Ifc-ai-Lriirr office.
FREE PELIVERVof letter by wrirra, at the
rctJer-n-a of ownora (in tbe Urerr ritieel. mar I
JiRfl EEO by ebserrinr the fcaijwinjt RULES.''
1. MKECT !etu.-r ptaiuty t.i the atreerand
uoml-r, aa wi-ll aa tbe vo.i-oli and State.
2. UE4D Wttrr, with the writer'! eoaf-ojKr
and ftafr , trtft and tmmker, aiga them plainly
with full name, and requeet mat auawera be
S. LetUTS to itrangere or tranaient Tiaitora ia
a towa or city, whoae aperial aldreaa nay he n
kaown, ahculd be tuarkrd. ia tbe lowt-r left-hand
corner, wiih the war -1 rai.ai nt."
A. PUm the voanur-eaayi oa Use wwrw rW.
aaae corner, and Imvw .r-icw betwvea the ataaip
and directina fur jN-a.,ij-iiy witbont interfc-r-inr
with tbe writn-g.
KB A EEQIKfT for the BETIRN of a let
ter to the writer, if unclaimed within thirty dara
or leea, written or printed with tbe writer's new.
jnuf-ejSce. and oAite, acroaM tbe ka-band end of
tbe eurrlope, oa tbe faoe aide, will be coaiplkd
with at the usa-U prepaid rate of poatape, paval l.
hB the (alter ia dolirervd to tbe writer. Sec.
Va, Law oi ISo3.
Laiure' uir. .
Keplinrer Jeaaie "
Linthwart tsarah '
Long Looiaa '
leil Mary A
Maddos Thoa f i
A.hby E!ixabeth .
Allen Martha i
Anthooa J -AtkinMarrAaa
lieu T F
Ilnrkhart Anna A
Boily Milly .
Coon Macele I
Cutler F S
Colli' .tlU o
Oonklieg F . -t'elonr
Collim T iziie I
l.li Margaret K
I'lli. Mary ii
Evano Jane - i
t dw.r.'a Mary J
K or Catherine
titt Uibfeoa Maggie
M iaebleimer Clara
MttSiirk loro ho
McElrey Jeaaie , .
McClnre Kaucj ; 1 .
Mr'ce Ellen ' "
, Neel Mi'weari i
- heleoa Mary E , , ,
heate H Celia e -
Knit B F
, tl'Brton Malinda
i Price Jeaa .
1 Poa-y Beaky "
. Paine A M
toward m M -rTith
I npp tatrate
rillil Jlie C.IV
hhaiaaie Attaee ' ''
. S'luaon Lon , " . '1
lihemate M M
K hoildt ('.rulii, a
berrer Belwcci J 3
rlpeck T J
fiutherUnd Emma ,
eamaB Sunn S - ' '
' ' Mlaana Martha
' .. hanreos Mai H
rb rniaa Kmily
St. ti-re Hallia
i , Boot! Elite
. . Malier Ana E
Shaffer M ' ,
B-rver Jennie f'
Tborp Martha ' "
Tiaimuna EiBaa v '
' Aanaha Mary
tt'dli. (n-an 0
Waiaick Hoi .
Sendee I uia&a
W ill. I.ydia
VI oodflll Lonraa
Uebhardt Harrielte -liraatrer
llottinr-r Ioiaa '2
II .nr. Elllabeth
H yjr.r herah
li'-aa Mary ,
Hickay II -liupple
MM . . ,
II ai r la Kami ' . ;
BopklM Little .
Huu li.o Maria
lawood 6. rah
KtlpBer Mary Z B
Klrkwiod W F ,
cnTLe' UtT. . .
Allan ha oat
Ailbrlght J"ba '
AllbrlghtJW - ;
Anderw aC A
Allot Caery B
Black Henry F
R.rflald W O
Baraea Joha C t
Drowa Job B
Hnwh.r Fred C
Babbitt Ja C
Bark lav Thoa
Ilea a. It Ja II t
lln.b Bea M Capt
Beatty Iir A
CH'per 3 .t
Crane Be nry t . 1
I bate MA.
( r.'g C II
Carrol t bee
C'olgaa M O
t larke W A
Crateel W L Bar
Cteae.ll M A
Cenaon Waj S
Crook D D
Cronehlte Chaa A
Doraey W V
lavia S C.pt S
Iieaney It A
Cichaette Ceort Booee
Knery L W
E ln.oo.1. H.laa W
Flake It ffr'n
Frrleirh Ferrla t
Ford M ' r
rttzbnrh W Tf " '
Gleaa John Id Col '
Ormh. m Jamee
(ireatbeuae Freak M
Grove tee J Capl
Oold 1 heodora
Bray Joba li -
OeeaMe A ad raw t
Gill haai W
Sard aer Dr
Harvey W II
HezJip Louie B
H oilenbery Lewie T
H nbherd Jokaihaa 2
Hick a Jaa
HvdeJ M - .---
Hill T J
Barriaoa ED j
Ilodup thO TS"..,
HbH Jaa L
Hantla D B
n dre J B C
Jackaow Mr colored 1
ID wood W C
JohsaoTt John T
Jonee M L 3
Johnson M W
Jobnaoa W J '
Jawell Jna A .
Jerriah II A
Jagera P J
Knoele F A
Lawrence C II
Lon U-ttj : .
I.laa Bobi V U
Lecv O W
Umb Ren baa
teugwortby A C
MUl-rH L I.lcut
Martla Ja. A t
Mortimer Chat i
Maaoa T C
Miller J CO
Marta Doaglat W
M l.ler aoWaaea
Maabey Thti. A
Mi-i"nicban Cbaa B .
MrPoaacll Wai t
Wn ana Julia
Kalaon K S
Hi. bola Jaa K
Br-wman Wai II
u Uin Jvha .
tl-n. U M ' ', ,
Palmer Joha M ,
Piatt CD 2 - .
Pntnan W D
Fntnarn John B
I'trker'a Expraa Co
X -a. JobnaoB
Boi,bera Jaa 8
Bolawla Kobe -Hbktict
amaiara A Co
rt.vBi Jaa T
haaaner Thna C
Pct Capt Tfenry
htaineetrnry ttaa B
Smith W A
Kuoderlia Jaa II
fcwoee M H
Stone J.a M
trial W C
r tnae Henry
Thralta A N
Taomia D -tld 0
Teyler B W
Toatpaoa W B
Towneend J M t
1 nplatt It
Thouee M F
Thoaaae Joe -Tbroop
CaloB H. tt .
Upjoba Aaroa S ..
Vaarno M O
U rtit. ma aa-watn
M thi..w J A J U
WlllLma H .
alkerOeo t4 , .
Vlllian-tSB ' -WilberBeaB
White Frank O
White Jaa M
Wliaon C F B - f"
'i trmui J B Eev - '
Teargaa A m ; v i
McKIELT. P. Ja.
, ShowYonr Colori!
THE UNION HAT CORD,
For aala by Dealer, geaerally.
Wbeleeale order to be aaat to Ihe BtaBntartnrer,
E. C. L. 3ITJSTI
S. W. Corner 4th and Main,
Real Estate and Go-eminent Claim
UZSh. 3Sr3Sl 3STO"3T. "
BrTS, Mm, aad reata City Froperty
JUoda. Boye e ea- all cmm Clal-a
againattho taited State. Oflloe Third et
aaar Main, with P. Meier, Alt'y. ,
r. t A if. r. .Of. I..
a TTA W-rwv.w-iW V-i"vmm
t " For Coroner.
f" Plea announce JOHJJ BrsrHMAN. mj
riUa of thii Coar.-.y. aa a candidate for the onto
f Coroner at u vxftj ly-horele. tioa.
" FerCii.nr.onPi,,, jad.
Weae antb..r,an t. anuoBnce WILLI tat P.
EDSON.ofMi. Vwron, aa a candl.'.t. fur Jadgo
"J t0 -Vuf CorjoioB PUaa, la tlua Ilatrlct,
j i.'W w-e i i ,,, i , ,
Knr Cnnuty Snrweyor.
JAMKS I. SAfXDEKSwi!! be a candidate for
t'onnty Sorr, i r at Ihe euaninc Ck tahmr .Uwn.
jiu ijnalilWet.ji jb no. - .
Hlf a CLOTHING.
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO.,
GOLDMAN", BERG & CO.,
GOLDMAN, BERG & CO..
V lu ... . .
LOT II I E Ifc S
1- OT TIIERS
J-dOT. II I EH B
AND PIAIEKS IX
Cor. 1st and Sycamcre sts.,
' EVAJTSVIUE, IND.
. LOW BT.
aiai ii aaTABa.
rniLir o. rtciti.
w. j. Lowni: & co.,
B A X K ERS,
, ,"'No. i' First Street,
DUB OFFICE IS SOW OIEK AND el
are prepared to trnaeart a gaaeral Benkla
aud Kaekaape be.lnaaa. Iieaoatia received aad
Money loaned; Uubl and hilver, Elcheega, For
eilOi and Donmlir. Uovernaaoat Vowrhara, ttecks,
U.iaJa, ai l mail . l.iu,bt aad Sold.
t't f i- ' - I. w .t i .
CoUection promptly attended to.
W j I.OWST 00.
J. CY JIICRUOITCR,
I E IV T I H T,
glvaa to tha la
aertbm of artift.
elel Troth. .
Rooms 'o. 4 and 5, Marble Ball,
Second Floor, Maim Street.
ABE AGENTS for EMERSON'S,
0'yJ ' ..s K'S. aod BBADBI BT S eele-
ll' 1T""Tlkr,d l',KO,,. whtch they are
111 I Iceatineally reoeiving, aad which
they will a-ll al nauularturrra' prliaa.
Theae Pianoa, lor durability, power, aad rich
neaa cf toae are on.urtieeaed.
The Utadhury 1'iano raoeieed eavaa Flrat Fte
alume within four enki ia the ateatha of tap
Liatier and Ortotor laat, aod la reiaoaa for Ita
elaatlclij, brilliant, and AesalW tngtnf eweiiu.
T1y are al.o rirlnalre Agents la lb If vicinity
for Maaoa A Hamlin'a celebrated Cabinet Onteae
which, la ajuallty, volume of tone, and power I
ax pre, ion, are aranpetior to aielodoona, haraio
alnina, or any other reed Intt-umrat.
They haveuat melted three of theae Oig.na, at
their residence, oa Water Street, flril door below
Cbeeaet. , -. t - JuoelT
V"OTfE It hereby gir.B tbat I will apply to
i lb City Coni-ll to bul d a Fraaae Dwallle
lionae, two atory, 26
by (1 Iret, oa Lot Bo. k.
Of pt Sli iiw.
yr. M. AIKMAB.
Cannelton Cotton Batting;.
llttJI B AL7M OF . 25 LBS IAC8 JIST BB.
J A celled and foraal iy
- - BETLLTaoo.
- Clear Side Bacon.
Oflflfi t9 BECEITED Ai'D FOB BALI
AUUU ot 72 Main etreet by
vp.-O BEILLT A CO.
II-, Brant . Bran 1 1
TEH TOB JCST ar EIFFD A5D F0
beult a CO
BT OBDEB OF THE OOI BT OF COMMOH
Pleaa of tbe Coanty ef Yetiderbnrch aad
jute ef Initial!, I will aell at private aale Lot Bo.
. ia Wai. Bab ' eaovdirlelea ot Lota ho'a 126 aw
Viti, ' the original pica ot tbe city of Eveaeville.
being tweoty-fiv teat front by ninety feet deep,
at d titrtated ea Arise atraat, betweea Second aae
Third atreeta, ihe property of tbe heirt of Walter
Kaieigh. It.nn . Oue-haif eaab, and OKe-kaif
la twele monibi, witb interrat, etc.
. c: .JSO. J. CHAKDLEB.
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' J. M. SHACKELFORD,
AirORSXT AT 1LA1T,
7 CU L XVUfSYILLE, DTD.
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